Napa SARS Christmas Party
When: Tuesday, December 2nd, 2014
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Where: Filippi’s Pizza Grotto
645 1st St, Napa, CA
Menu: Appetizers – Margherita Pizza – thin crust tomato, basil & mozzarella cheese & Antipasto Salad – Romaine & iceberg salad with tomatoes, red onions, carrots, broccoli, garbanzo beans, green olives, pepperoncini, sharp provolone cheese, salami & mortadella
Entrees – Chicken Parmigiana – baked with marinara & mushrooms
topped with parmesan & mozzarella
Spaghetti served with meat sauce
Pasta Primavera mostaccioli tossed with fresh garden vegetables served in an olive oil, white wine, garlic & butter sauce
Dessert– Cheesecake or Spumoni ice cream
Dinner includes sourdough garlic bread and nonalcoholic beverages
PRICE: $35 PER PERSON
Please bring money to the November 11th SARS meeting.
We need for everyone to please RSVP by November 25th, 2014
It’s not too early to start thinking about the SARS annual dinner. AE6W is making arrangements to hold the December dinner / meeting at Filippi’s Pizza Groto on First Street. More information can be had on the weekly net, 7:00 PM Wednesdays.
SARS member and past SARS President, Bill Wendt AC6FJ (left) has been suffering from a serious illness and has been hospitalized at the QOV. Older hams will remeber Bill who was always quick to step up when someone needed help whether it was putting up, taking down or taking a test. Bill is also a VE and has been for many years.
Cards and letters would be most appreciated. Contact me for mailing addresses and phone numbers – firstname.lastname@example.org
This is what happens when you lower your antenna too fast: Actually it was the sudden stop that did the damage. One of the hoisting lines parted and down it came. I’m told it sounded like a bomb going off – total loss.
26 FOOT BOOM – OUCH
With sadness I report the passing of our good friend and long-time SARS member, Dorothy Wogh, KA6GUR.
Dorothy and her husband Nick were licensed and joined SARS more than thirty years ago and participated in every activity from Native Sons parades, bed races, bicycle events and the annual Wild Horse Valley Olympic trials.
In 2012, Dorothy moved to a senior care facility in Grass Valley to be near her son, Frank Herwatt (KG6OQO). Frank writes: “Thank you very much for your note regarding my mother. Last October, she moved to our house in Nevada city because she felt that she needed living assistance. She was here with us until April (2013) when she passed away at our house. It was quick and sudden but she had a good life. She was almost 96. I know that she appreciated her work with ham radio friends and talked about it all the time.”
Dorothy is interred in Petaluma.